Ultimate Artists Synthesizer Secrets

US Book is now available as a digital edition      31/08/23

Ultimate Artists Synthesizer Secrets

The  synthesizer book Ultimate Artists Synthesizer Secrets is now available as a digital edition. Here's the details that the publishers have sent us...

Oliver von Wieding (Jaciriot) introduces you to sound design secrets of some of the worlds best artists, keyboardists and sound designers.

The book covers sound design techniques reflecting the famous patches of Steve Porcaro (Toto), Jim Gilmour (Saga), Matt Johnson (Jamiroquai), Stuart Croxford Neale (Kajagoogoo), Kelly Rowland, Depeche Mode, Will.I.Am, Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, Keane, Martin Garrix.

Taken from the sound pack "Ultimate Artist Collection I" for Massive X, you will not only learn how to create these sounds. Oliver will also guide you through the development of setting the most crucial parameters in order to create a superb synthesizer playing experience in combination with controls and macro shapings.

The tutorials are great for those just getting started with sound design on the Massive X platform and for intermediate level users. Furthermore, the knowledge gained from understanding the design techniques on Massive X will enable you to apply similar techniques on different platforms and synthesizers.

Plus: Exclusive interviews with Steve Porcaro, Jim Gilmour, Stuart Croxford Neale and Matt Johnson!

*The printed book includes a special e-voucher for a 50% discount on the sound pack "Ultimate Artist Collection I" (Not included in the digital edition).
Details: English language. 86 pages. Signed PDF. Size: 74.2MB. Screen Resolution: 1920*1252px. Price: 19.90€.

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